Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Layton
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Despite the confused look Casey gave me when I told her this, I have added Salt Lake City to the small, but growing list of places I might like to return to in order to live a few months or more and really get to know and enjoy the area.
Enjoy the ride and keep your underwear clean!
... Merimac State Park mid afternoon, found a campsite (it was easier than yesterday) and set up camp. We then walked the Bluff Trail, taking us through wildflower glades, then down to rivers edge, over a cave or two and back up to car. The wildflowers that we saw and photographed included bird foot violet, purple wood sorrel, spring larkspur, wild hyacinth, blue phlox, mertansia, hoary puccoon, foam flower, columbine, shooting stars and pussytoes. The soil is thin and rocky so ...
... they can get some painting and wood floors refinished and of course put in the projection tv in the basement. So cool. She is even going to have a dedicated sewing room....jealous. It already has established great big trees ready for a tire swing and grape vines already producing juicy green grapes.
We then headed up the canyon to Snowbird ski resort for ...
... stayed with C while I ran up to the dining car. I held D in my lap while two passengers, a nurse and a paramedic, tended to D and his eye. Thankfully, D calmed down in my arms and was quite mesmerized that he was being worked on by a fireman. The split was pretty ****************** time stopping bleeding, but it wasn't very deep. The conductors offered to call EMTs for us at the Glenwood Springs Station, but I could see that as the ...
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